& # 39; Come and see my lawn, it's ruined & # 39 ;: what the queen told the Australian Prime Minister after Donald Trump's helicopter landed in the garden of Buckingham Palace twice in one day
- Reportedly, the Queen shared her dismay with Scott Morrison the day after Trump arrived for his three-day state visit
- Morrison had traveled to the UK for the 75th anniversary of D-Day
- It is believed that scorch marks and divots were caused by Trump & # 39; s helicopter who landed twice on the main lawn of the palace
The Queen is said to have grieved the Australian Prime Minister about scorching spots and divots left behind on the lawn of Buckingham Palace by Donald Trump & # 39; s helicopters during the President's state visit.
On the first day of the visit in June, Trump landed with his wife Melania in Marine One in front of the palace. A support helicopter also parked on the lawn.
Later in the day, the president again took a helicopter flight from Winfield House, the residence of the American ambassador, where he stayed during the three-day state visit, back to the palace.
Marine One, the US Marine Corps Helicopter, with US President Donald Trump and Melania Trump coming ashore in the garden of Buckingham Palace awaiting the ceremonial welcome for US President Donald Trump on day 1 of his state visit to the UK in June 3, 2019 in London, England
Queen Elizabeth II officially welcomes US President Donald Trump while attending a ceremonial welcome at Buckingham Palace on June 3, 2019 in London
Again the helicopter landed on the lawn of the palace so that the president could attend a state banquet.
The Queen is said to have responded to Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison about the two messy helicopter landings the day after Trump's arrival.
A source close to Morrison told the Sunday Times that the Queen had expressed horror at scorching spots suspected of being caused by the helicopter's engines, along with the divots caused by the wheels.
& # 39; Come and see my lawn. It's ruined, & she said allegedly.
Morrison had traveled to the UK for the 75th anniversary of D-Day.
Queen Elizabeth II meets Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison and his wife Jennifer during a private audience at Buckingham Palace on June 4, 2019 in London. A source close to Morrison told the Sunday Times that the Queen had expressed her dissatisfaction about scorching spots presumably caused by helicopter engines and divots
President Trump was enthusiastic during the visit and praised Queen Elizabeth II during the state dinner at Buckingham Palace (pictured above)
President Trump was enthusiastic during the visit and praised Queen Elizabeth II during the state dinner at Buckingham Palace.
& # 39; On behalf of all Americans, I toast the eternal friendship of our people, the vitality of our nations, and the truly remarkable rule of Her Majesty the Queen, & # 39; said Trump.
In a series of tweets before the event, the president said: & # 39; Part of the trip in London is going very well. The queen and the entire royal family have been fantastic. The relationship with the United Kingdom is very strong. & # 39;
Photos of the queen who was talking to Trump during the banquet do not suggest that she shared her grief at dinner with him about the condition of her lawn.
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